Sep 5, 2012 10:00pm PDT
] the fbi's making good on its promise. we'll be out of here soon. we're taking him with us. these guys were too good to get caught, so why did they? 911 received a call alerting them to a robbery in progress. garcia: actually, it was a text. d.c. added 911 messaging after the virginia tech students texts went unanswered during the massacre. can you trace it, garcia? yeah. that message was sent from a cell phone that is currently inside the bank and is registered to a larry phillips jr. why does that name sound familiar? that's the name of one of the gunmen from the '97 north hollywood bank shootout in california. so this is an homage? garcia: guys, that text was sent 30 seconds before they blacked out the security feeds for entry. how is that possible? it didn't come from a hostage. it came from one of the robbers. she wanted us here. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. verizon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ?
Sep 6, 2012 7:00am PDT
but the fbi is digging for clues in her home and car. in a city known for bizarre bank robberies, this heist has quickly taken its place near the top of the list. for cbs this morning, i'm bill whitaker in los angeles. >>> john miller, a former lapd deputy commissioner joins us now. hello. >> good morning. >> maybe i've been watching too many tv shows, i thought are they sure the bank manager isn't involved? i know the investigation is continuing. >> let's be frank here. that's the uncomfortable part. i say that because it is part of the process. when there's a child kidnapped, the first people they look at are the parents, not because they have anything to do with it but they need to eliminate them. to be quite candid, they're going to look at the bank manager hard, not because there's any reason to believe or suggest that she's a suspect. but that's a starting place which is it, you want to hear her story as an investigator. you want to see is it consistent? does it make sense? does it stand cross-examination? and at the same time, they're going to be looking at all the other leads also. >